Jaguar XF V6 Goes to Australia

Jaguar’s Australian arm is continuing to celebrate the marque’s 75th Anniversary, introducing a new entry level version for the XF model to the country.

Aussies have received the XF 3.0 liter V6 model, with the vehicle offering a wide list of top equipment, such as alloy rims, a leather finish for the interior, electric-powered front seats, a Satnav system and dual-zone automatic climate control.

The vehicle has been fitted with the Jaguar Sequential Shift gearbox that offers three modes: Drive, Sport Automatic and Manual gearshift. The driver can become involved in the gear change process using the one-touch paddles mounted behind the wheel.

The new move has also brought the XF ownership under the AU$100,000 mark for the first time in the country.

"Jaguar's 75th Anniversary is a significant milestone. And the XF 3.0 V6 is a significant moment for the Jaguar XF in Australia" said Kevin Goult, General Manager, Jaguar Australia. "We are well aware of the increasing demand for premium luxury motoring in Australia, Jaguar now has an XF that will appeal to a broader range of customers, spark interest and entice new customers with a product offering of less than $100,000 driveaway."

"Owners will effectively have a motoring experience normally associated with a six-figure outlay, for only five," he added.

In addition to that, Jaguar Australia has just launched the Jaguar Financial Services, The new business, which has been created together with Capital Finance Australia, will offer Jaguar dealers in the country the possibility to provide new funding solutions for their customers.
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